On the same day the Jets added a home-run threat to their running game, they’re looking for more help for their passing attack.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, former Seahawks wideout Sidney Rice is visiting with the Jets today.
The Jets will want a look at his surgically repaired knee, as he was just cleared by Dr. James Andrews following his October ACL tear.
When well, Rice has been a good downfield threat (averaging better than 15.0 yards per catch each of the last five seasons).
But staying well has been an issue, as he’s played 16 games in a season twice in seven NFL seasons.